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Class of 2024 to be honored April 30th at Anchorage Museum

Class of 2024 to be honored April 30th at Anchorage Museum

The Class of 2024 Alaska Sports Hall of Fame inductees and Directors' Awards winners will be honored at 7pm, Tuesday, April 30th at the Anchorage Museum atrium. There is a VIP reception from 6-7pm prior to the ceremony. The ceremony is free and open to the public....

2023 Directors’ Awards winners named

2023 Directors’ Awards winners named

A downhill skier on a breathtaking upward trajectory. A backup goaltender in a front-and-center role for the best team in the National Hockey League. A pair of players who have scored more points than any other girls in the history of Alaska high school basketball –...

Jessica Moore, Reggie Tongue, Joe Floyd highlight Class of 2023

Two contemporary athletes who shined on every stage and a man who transformed a community through sports highlight the incoming class of Alaska Sports Hall of Fame inductees. Reggie Tongue of Fairbanks, Jessica Moore (now Waldrop) of Palmer, and Joe Floyd of Kodiak...

Hebard, Schumacher headline 2020 Directors’ Award winners

NCAA All-American basketball star Ruthy Hebard of Fairbanks and junior World Champion cross-country skier Gus Schumacher of Anchorage have been selected as 2020 Pride of Alaska Award winners by the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Board of Directors. Hebard recently wrapped...

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